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Islamic Cleric: The Simpsons Episode “Predicting” Trump’s Presidency Is a Plot to Discredit Allah

This cleric thinks an old Simpsons episode that coincidentally mentioned "President" Trump is part of a larger conspiracy to shake your Muslim faith.
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